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DAT: Physics Based Encryption


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Drumbum667

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Have any of you guys ever heard of DAT. Its a fairly new company but they make products to encrypt computers and stuff. They use it in the government already I think. My friends dad own the company. Its actually kind of cool. Basically they make this little usb drives, but not little, you put it in your computer and it encrypts it. It uses a physics based key, and the coolest part is that when its encrypted you can only use the computer at the location of where you encrypted. DAT Website. You guys would really like it. They're not really mainstream yet but I'll find out when they will. It is already available to the public but its not like everyone knows about it and its very expensive. I think its about 400 USD a unit. But not sure. Really cool though. Physics Based Encryption.

Edited by Drumbum667, 14 November 2006 - 09:21 AM.

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